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Galveston Informer (Newspaper) - April 1, 1939, Galveston, Texas Second Section what s going on in h0uston will i it Ril 4s is its mor re Oil 59-5th is dental is set t 500.1 head of sir. H. I Rob-1 g or i Ringi Mani-1 second Section women s activities editorial sports tenth i infer i i be is pure found come Gentte Spring ethereal mildness come and from the bosom of Yoiiro dropping Clouds while music wakes around veiled in a Shower of shadowing Rose in our Plains descend. A a Thomson a a seasons Spring Spring is surely Here and Mother nature has dressed in heavenly Houston with a Green velvety carpet of grass and raised the Heads of a variety of Flowers so that they stand in Brilliant Arr in nodding and paving in the Breeze is the Golden Sunshine casts a warm glow Over the whole a minding one again of the a Cal of the open on Days like these one can easily understand Robert Brownings statement a a god a in his heaven ally a right with the world for Only under these conditions could things be so pleasant i a. In keeping with the spirit of magnificent Beauty we Are reminded of the Golden voice of Marian Anderson a the worlds greatest living Singer a whose songs touched the heart strings of the most critical members of her audience when she appeared in recital at the City auditorium thur amp pay night. Vr.--. And you would think that with vacation Only a Short Lime away the school students would begin to dream of vial things but the writer finds that the amp members of Jack it tes glee club Are Busy As bees working on their operetta titled a Moon Flower a which they Are presenting in the ates auditorium tuesday March 28, at 8 of clock. They Mise an interesting performance. A. The Houston College students have a full a schedule too hat with the winding of vocational Opportunity week lat ends sunday March 26, with a mass meeting at it. Ninth Baptist Church and the College glee club which will presented at Trinity Eart methodist Church sunday Arch 26, at 5 15 p. M.,. To say nothing of the Brilliant for-1 which the est tires and debutantes Young College group the school Are staging at the Oak Grove Friday March a his affair which promises to be Ultra Swanky Marks initial appearance of the club into things social. Prominent on the social Calendar for sunday also is the a a a review and Silver Tea which the Renaissance club is ving at the y. W. C. A. From 430 to 5 30 p. librarian at the coloured Quot a a a Ott of Trinity East methodist Church who was guest speak i it a Quot a world vide i Fellowship Observance program held at Boynton Chapel Center last Friday gave her Audi Erice much to think about. In her discourse she linked the a three bus a of amp i Beauty and i brotherhood. Be said that a hungry Man see Beauty and without Beauty Fiere could by no brotherhood for Only a Well fed Man can see Beauty in everything and from this response to Beauty his heart can go % out to other human beings and establish i is it not yes sir Quot and a Spring undoubtedly has hit miss Rosa Mae f Iby Baines attractive Houston College coed who has introduced i Feihe frogs a the streamline Frog a what do i mean , a prof a Jimmie la had his class in biology drawing so pictures the other Day an miss Bames introduced a. Stream Lilline Frog with Knees which even Law admitted was a Ai new one for Hirisi. A a a a a a. Ali in an Effort to Aid Raee Progress and development the president of the working girls social Ace High social and Nothe Prince of Wales social clubs Are calling a. Meeting at Ilhee y. W. C. A. Thursday night March 30 to form a United a Sci Vicil. All of the social clubs have been asked to Send four representatives to the meeting. A a of. The month by Florence bad try librarian negro Branch Library nit Ity Rith ish or. Jour last e of the a Over fort Alth the Iberer. F Small Victor Robert a 1 knew 3.000 lunatics care and treatment i i the insane As a Young doctor the author served for six. Years in a state Hospital for the insane in the i South. This Book cont ins stories of interesting cases,1 chapters on Vari i Ous psychosis. They Are reduced to terms of the laymen in so far As is consistent with accuracy and the understanding of any intelligent person. Students of social work families with members who a Are. Mentally ill and tax payers who wonder where their. Tax dollars go should read As it is prerogative of sympathy and curiosity rather than depression. The chapter entitled a hitch your wagon to an onion is in spite of its seemingly facetious Quot caption a. Exceptionally interesting a human record. There is Mitch about insanity viewed from the medical Angle in or. Small a Book nevertheless Ell of it is written in Plain nontechnical style with1 histories of illustrative cases As known to or. Small. Keltys v the . Rendered a much needed and appreciated program in Huntington sunday. Node Dunn spent the week end in Groveton visiting his Mother. Rev. Willie mag Twefi was in Nacogdoches sunday attending the bedside of his Mother who is ill. Miss Earline Flowers and Joseph Doyle were the saturday evening guests of Irma by Tiel Soa. Airs. Mattie Larkin is Able to be again after an ii loss of two weeks. Quot members of the smarts to club met at the heme of miss Bernice Peoples saturday night. Plans were made for their Celebration which will be held a sometimes soon. A refreshments were served to Wal 1ter Ford arts misses Ruth and Della Reese a Selma Williams Emma. L. Charlton Janie Penson and Clarkie Ivy. Tuner. Mrs. Laura Williams is Able to be sunday school was held at its usual hour at Liberty Baptist Church. Lesson reviewed by the superintendent. Mrs. Earnest barns of Dickerson who was Here at the bedside of her Mother lost her baby. Sick list Ticas Colbert mrs. Easter Devault who has been ill tor about two or three months is map Seaton reporter. A a. Normangee service were held at West Caney Baptist Churchi sunday. Rev. R. L. Washington preached an inspiring Sermon. Messes. Eddie Randall and Dave. Harrell worshipped with . Rockdale Sari. Gabriel the san Gabriel coloured High school won several prizes in the. Milam county meet which was hid in Rockdale Friday and saturday March 17-18. The Art work and Woodwork on display by the san Gabriel seventh and eighth Grade boys and girls won great appraisal by All who visited the departments of exhibits. Mrs. E. Anderson county Jeanes supervisor of Milam county chose several pipes of the san Gabriel work Quot to put n display in Prairie View. The Blue and. White of san Gabriel Niet milanos Crimson Antl faded them out in. Ai 19-12 Victory. For the first Quarter Tutje tie was 4-4 at the half 6-6, but that midget. Scott sensational san.,Gabriel Bas Ketneer a Eft hitting a the spot. This a As the tenth Victory for the eagles losing to games to the o. J. Thomas bulldogs. Attractive models at school a a a group of Houston Young Maidens who modelled the latest Spring fashions for Ipi lady from the Halls style shop 153 main Street a t the informer cooking school held at Trinity methodist Church March 15-17. With them is mrs. Constance Houston Thompson style commentator who pointed out the advantages of each gown. The Young ladies Are left to right misses Wilma Sample Anna Mae Fields Ruth Mae Foster and a a Iora t staff photo Byl Carter. Will miss a treat. A most distinguished guest will visit also will make a speech on april 24. Sick list Roscoe. Townsend and Lula Valrner Leporter. Ledbetter Lee county. Sunday school was Well attended at Post Oak Baptist Church. Superintendent Elbert. Griffin was at his Post As usmial. A a mrs. Emma Shepard who has been in the to a Phil for quite a while came Home on March 11. She is doing fin�.,h�� laughter Mamie also came Home with Lier to stay a while George Jackson sr., died sunday evening March 5, at his residence. He leaves a wife four daughters three Sonk Nodja Host Ojo Uipi read a tiros Ana Fhy Bas v a he aare now living with their elder son and brother George Jackson or. Or. Griffin has hot get found his horse that was taken some time ago. The remainder of the interscholastic league was held at it. Olive saturday March 17. It was Well attended with Many schools participating in the elementary work. The athletic division was March 11 at Lexington Texas. Mrs. Mary. Mcfarland is on the sick list. Mrs Mary Donovan and Emma Donovan who Are attending Samuel Huston College Are Home for the week end. Messes. Doris Wilson arts Delmon Simpson of the acc Camp new Waverly Texas also spent a few Days at Home with their parents. / please save your Seyen cents each week for the informer. If. This paper please you this week take another next t. Ellis agent and reporter. Miss Trelsa Smith weds Clarence Wesley Cubia in impressive ceremony miss Trelsa Smith daughter of mrs. A. K. Smith and Niece of mrs. F. D. Sayles Armstead became the Bride of Clarence Wesley Cubia son of or. And mrs. Wesley Hall and head of the mechanical department of the informer publishing1 company in a ceremony of impressive simplicity. Which took place at.7 30 evening at the family Home h oily Wood make men sensational in Houston the Hollywood make men under the direction and supervision of Harry l. Warner Aro sensational As evidenced by the tremendous turn out of the feminine sex of this City who crowd the Beauty shops where they appear in demonstrations of facial make ups. A coiling to or. Warner each person receive Rig the Hollywood make is Given such care so As to bring out individual personality. Important hints for the care of the skin Are also Given so As to bring out the glowing radiance and loveliness which is often i dded by the improper treatment of the skin. Many ladies have been amazed to see How easy it is to possess 9 Beautiful skin simply by one treatment with the preparations As demonstrated by the Hollywood make men. Many of those Ito receive tis marvelous treatment include some of the prominent women of this City., or. Warner is urging All persons desiring make ups to make their appointments at the Beauty shops listed for the week As they work Only by appoint visit to the Hollywood demonstration affords a rare Opportunity for women Vjio have difficulty in selecting the Shade of powder or Rouge that will blend in perfectly with their complexion. Check Over the dates and shops where the Hollywood make men will appear. Mrs. Fred Reeves of 1220 Ruth Ven Quot accompanied by mrs. E. L. Banks a of 815 w. Dallas motored last thursday to Alexandria Louisiana to visit their husbands Fred sleeves and Nathaniel Banks who Are confined at the base Hospital there. They found or. Banks critically ill but or. Reeves is improving rapidly. Mrs. C. A. Shanklin of 3027 Gray the sister of or. Batiks accompanied them on the trip. Bryan or. T. H. Sanders pastor of Allen Chapel . Church held Good services sunday morning also sunday nighty Bev. Wheaton preached to a crowded House sunday night. Rev. Kealing held service at pleasant Grove. Revs. Castle Sadberry s. Diggs were out of town sunday. De. Scott has purchased a new ambulance for his firm. Prof la a i it. Banknote principal of the a. Bule son county Taining school was in town shaking hands with friends also misses Georgiana Mae Dixon principal of Roan Chapel school Rev and mrs. C. Simpson or. And mrs. Osie Deans Are now readers of the informer. Bis. L. E. Pigford manager of Quot the Pigford store came by for her paper sunday. Mrs. Bell Rice 13 again after a fight with the flu. Prof. E. H. Knox and . Neal who have been holding Down at Kemp High for several years have been reelected As principals for another year. Please Haye 7 cents ready for your paper. John Knox or. Reporter. Jutt. Pleasant Wellborn Frank Osborne the gospel Singer rendered a musical saturday night for Salem Baptist . It was enjoyed by All. It the Mission Circle had. A heaven and hell entertainment saturday night at the Home of or and mrs. Carter. \ All who miss the Spring opening at pleasant Grove Baptist Church sunday school was Well attended at All churches. The Sermon at the a. the auspices of the Quot Justrabo society was splendid. Rev. Myrnie Mae Spencer preached a Wom Irful Sermon. Collection $ �.50a a the it. Gilmore Mission Sisters motored to Pittsburg today for their annual Mission Sermon. Money raised in sunday school at it. Olive Baptist Chi Ira a was $17.85 on March 19, 1939. Service Are going of in. A big Way at Concord. The following ministers preached ser amp on Rev., j. C. Chambers Rev. Ben Webster Rev. J6e Harper. The City mass meeting of the superintendents and sunday school teachers had a rally a a since last writing the manager or. I Inzy Scott has United the Black cubs to the i amp to Texas negro league. A Hie meeting convened on the above Date with the president a. A. Kart Wiley presiding. Samurl Justice was appointed assistant Secretary by the president. Rev u., v. Kuykendall performed the ceremony.,. _ the nuptials were preceded by musical of Werings by Josva Dawson who ply Yod the wedding March and gave the accompaniment for miss Matte who Sang a because Quot and miss Sidney Kinder a Lvov Sang r Large floor standards holding blossoms Sood. At Vantage Points in the rec potion Hall and a simple but Beautiful setting was Ghen the ceremony which was performed in the. Living room by a alms and floor baskets tied with White Maline bows and filled with Pink Gladioli which adorned the altar space and which were touched into deeper Beauty by the soft gleam of Many Cathedral tapers in floor candelabra. Heavy White Satin drapes formed a magnificent background for the decorations. White Satin. Streamers extending from the reception Hall to the altar space marked the passage of the bridal party which1 wended its Way Down staircase to the altar. The Bride wore a gown of White Chiffon fashioned along grecian lines the slim skirt fitting snugly at the Waistline and extending into a Short circular train. A shirred Bolero with Long fitted sleeves lightly puffed at the shoulders ended in modish Points Over a Tihe hands. She wore a Finger tip veil of net adjusted to her soft curls by a Coronet of the same material. Her Only ornament was a Gold Cross the Tift Tif the Groom. She carried a bouquet of White carnations lilies of the Valley and Sweet peas framed with a frill of Rose Point lace. Her brother Louis Smith gave her in marriage. Miss Vera Smith the brides sister and her Only attendant was gowned in a Delphinium Blue Marquisette gov a colonial style fashioned with a Square neckline and Short puffed sleeves. A ruching of Cream lace edged the Low Decolle Tage of the neckline. Her curl were piled High and tied with Black ribbon at the Back. She carried a colonial bouquet of Talisman roses with White and Blue Sweet peas. Mrs a. K. Smith Mother of the Bride wore a flowered Rose voile dress with a Corsage of pansies. Mrs. F. D. Sayles Armstead aunt of the Bride wore Rose crepe with Talisman Rossas a Corsage. Joseph Carper served the Groom As Best Man. The gowns were designed by mrs. Arlita Spears who was. Assisted by miss Willie Beile Christian competent Modiste. An informal reception followed the ceremony. Low arrangements of White seasonal Flowers were placed about the dining room. Rose Pink Sweet peas in q Low Container stood of the piano. The Large Square four tiered wedding cake topped with a miniature Bride and i Oom Over-w�zich1 Hung a Silver Bell graced the polished Board which was lighted by burning Ivor tapers in Chrystal candelabra at either Quot and Larkspur and Fern encircled the cake. Misses Johnnie Mae Hart and Francis Durden served As hostesses miss Zatella Turner and mrs. Tred die Prophet received the gifts mass yes Hertlia Spriggs and Bessie Lois Spears had charge of the guest Register and Mes. F. A Parrott Lillie t. Austin it and b. S. Washington were in charge of the service. Assisting in serving were misses Mildred Brooks Radine Roberts Marilouise Washington Marcelite and Aster Lee. Booker. The couple received Many Lovely. Gifts., a Ond Cubia Are. At Homo at 1504 live Oak Street Houston Texas. .i1 on tuesday evening March 17, miss Vera Smith was hostess at the rehearsal supper honouring her sister miss Trelsa Smith and the bridal party. The table had As a Centrepiece a Low arrangement of Orange Calendula Sweet peas and Stock from which depended White ribbon streamers to each place marked by miniature brides bearing the names of the guests. A a supper was served Buffet style the get list included the Bride elect miss Smith mrs. Eva Dawson mrs. C. A. Ladner miss Sidney Kinder mrs. A. E. Spears mrs. A. K. Smith Mother of the Bride messes. Clarence Cubia c. A. Ladner and Louis Smith. Mother of , Secretary honoured with pretty Tea Smithers Honor guests or. And mrs. R6osevelt Smithers entertained sunday afternoon at their Home isl5 Shaw Street with a dutch luncheon Hori Balrig or. And mrs. Alvin Lamsey Mes a Eva Chafin Bertha Jackson messes. Moore l. Smith and Theo Warren. The table was arranged in a real dutch setting of Blue with dutch girls used As place cards games and dancing were amusement features of the evening. A dutch luncheon was served Cleveland services were conducted at Bethel Baptist Church sunday Rev. R. F. Me clout. Of Silsbee pastor. Night service was a capacity audience. Several visitors were present. Mrs. Ethel Taylor formerly of Houston a passed al St week after 1 several Days of. Illness. She was being taken to the Jefferson Davis Hospital it at the time death occurred., she was a member of the . Church of this City and was a faithful member Ai al also popular among the social a her. Remains were taken Over of the Irace Stancel funeral Home and interment in Cleek land cemetery Rev. A. L. , jr., of Livingston officiated. The deceased a leaves a Mother several Brothers and Sisters other relatives in Houston a devoted husband of this City or. Curtis Williams and a Host of friends. Or. And mrs. Abra Campbell were in the City last weekend. Mme Maggie Green Bessie Lee Etta alien o. C. Moreau j. recuperated. Mrs. Leola a Griffin visited or. And mrs Printis by bks of a the heavenly City a last week and Vece socially entertainer White there and reported a enjoyable stay. Easter program will be sponsored at Galilee Baptist Church. We Are wondering what is the matter with or. And mrs. J. D. Thomas. Mrs. Francis Durden has moved in her new Home recently completed Rev. A. F. Robinson of Liberty was in the City recently. A the Galilee singing choir is to Einis reorganized under the direction of mrs. O. B. Anthony. A chorister Wei. Be employed at an Early Date. Each interested person is requested a to respond for the occasion. Haywood Anthony reporter. Californian honoured with parties miss Ida Mae Bowman and mrs. C. B. Shannon were hosts thursday March 9v for a unique Farewell party Given at the Home of their Mother mrs. Letitia Roberts complimenting their sister mrs. Cathryn Bowman Williams of los Angeles California who has been visiting for several weeks. A Blue and White theme was worried out in the decoration and refreshments. The table covered with lace Over Blue was lighted by Blue and White tapers and entered with a Crysal bowl filled with pastel Sweet peas. Assisting in serving was miss Myrtle Stovey. Games were the diversion of the evening. The personnel included messes. And mesdames Forrest , George Ricoli Neal Stewart m. C. Collier b. L. Washington l. Allen Gene Dean James Lott Herndon mesdames Lillian Bell Williams Wilma a Lloyd l. Bonner t. Sanders Emeola Riggins Edwards a. Burford misses Lillian Wiggins. Faux cute a a Thorpe Freddie Mae and. Inez Wilson Earlene Mcniese. Theresa and Beatrice waiters Cathryn Boone Ruby Jolmes Jerome Roberts. Alfred Kemper C. Norris c. C. Bonner. Clarence buttock a. Wilson Victor Oscar Temple Eugene Bryant and Wendell Taylor. During mrs. Williams Short stay she Vas entertained Vith a party by mrs. Wilma a Lloyd a Surprise party by mrs. Lillian Bell Williams and a Buff amp to luncheon by mrs Margaret Burford. She left saturday a amp Rich ii accompanied by her Little daughter Ann Marion returning to her husband in san Francisco. Happy birthday party Henry Leon Browning was surprised with a Happy birthday party sunday March 19, by his god parents or and mrs. Alex Jones 3409 Reeves. A Green and White color was used in the decoration. Among the guests present were Edginton Taylor Billy Esther Vaughn. Lion ill Johnson Clarence Taylor theodoria Stanton Charles Taylor Gloria Haynes Aron Ward rank Vaughn. Roy protean r. L. Browning jr., or. Aid mrs Gaines Loise. Brown grandparents and or and mrs. Pat Malone. Brothers whip Man Walker 1611 Jansen drive was carried to the Jefferson Davis Hospital and treated for and % possible fracture of the Skull after lie was whipped by Willie and David Gordon at mallets a Beer Perlor .1916 Jensen drive. A. According to witnesses the two Brothers fought Walker after they had engaged in an argument in Emma Dean is Tivo years old re r Little miss Emma Dean Ennis of 1119 Providence place was a delightful Little hostess at her Home sunday March 12, when she celebrated her second birthday a Wilt a pretty party. The Little Larry who was Dainty in a White land red Dot ted Swiss dress showed the following Little guests a pleasant afternoon Little misses Ollie Marie Cotton. Betty Harrison Bernice Mary. Willis Virginia Muriel Johnson Dorothy Crawford. Lois Lee Sutton Viola Alexander Margaret Alexander Clara Mae Griffin Mes. Haydee Cov King Almeda Mayes Viola Alexander Gertrude Willis and Ada Kane. In the late hours of sunday March 19, the committee of management of the Blue Triangle Branch. Owca Clouston entertained with a Tea honouring mrs. E. D. Roberts of Clarksville Tennessee. Mrs. Roberts Mother of miss Nadine Roberts executive Secretary of the Branch is spending several we elis in Houston visiting her daughter. The social Hall was beautifully appointed Lor the occasion with Gladioli in Pale peach and deep red colouring White entered Maroon go Dettaff and a tall Basket of Dogwood. Like Honor a Woro a Corsage of 1 White carnations a gift of mrs. Gertrude Vaughn. Quot the refreshment table was covered. In very lace and held a Low bowl of Gode Tias tall tapers illuminated the Board. Mrs. Stella new ton Hill arid mrs. G. Of Sanders poured an iced punch. Mrs. Mamie Cole presided at the registration table. The planning committee for the affair was composed of Mes. Of. D. Hatcher Hill Sanders and al Ioir ise Williams. Among the guests registering were mrs. E. Abner Quot miss Olle Taylor Mes. W. Q. Hunter a f. E. Jones Van h. Mckinney E. Dudley c. B. Reid Lela b. Johnson misses Sibyl Lee Evans Cleo Davidson Jennie Ruth Reed Mes. Hilton l. Thomas Julius White j. Richardson a Richard Mcday Jack Jackson or. Miss Leola m. Giles mrs. A f. Barlow Mes. Z. E. Harbor c. N. Love Mary Young g. P. A. Forde w. P. Terrell Lillie Austin Annie Lee i Finingham miss Teacompsia Barnett miss Wyllie Deene Eastman or. And mrs. General , misses Ruby Montgomery and Katherine Huey Mes. Liza Lister and Edythe Stephens Dan Matthew Batteau mrs. B. J. Covington mrs. A. L. Vaughn miss Ellie Alma Walls miss Bernice Hazel Coleman mrs. Clara l. Jones mrs. W. B. Marshall or and mrs. O. A Manning miss Grace Kelley miss Magdalene Delores Clinton. \ r or. And mrs. T. Shadow on Moses Johnnie Mae Hart and Carrie Belle Gums j. H. Jemison miss d. E. Miller mint s. To m. Fairchild and h. A Countee miss Willie Mao Drew or. And mrs. James w. White mrs. J. S. Scott or. Adn mrs. F. L. Lewis mrs. Walter jul ten miss Vera m. Rieras mrs. Tessie Phelps miss Ceola Allen or. And mrs. J. C. Mcdade mrs. Jessie James misses Lena King,.virginia King Bobbie Woods Casel d. Shuffer mrs. Cecelia s. Lane and mrs. Jessie Harrison Robertson. Greater cosmopolitan social the greater cosmopolitan social club held its regular meeting thursday night March 10, at the Home of the president mrs. Carrie l. Wright. Business was Brief. Honoured guests were miss Jessie Mao move and John while. There Quot Wero Ien members pres not an8 one new member was added to the March of games sponsored by the club proved a Success Friday night March 17. Forty guests were a present. Punch and cookies a were served by misses Doris Robertson and Carrie Bertuna Robertson reporter. City wide interdenominational Ushers the City wide al Ushers association held its regular business meeting at Antioch Baptist Church wednesday March 15. Quot we Are extending an invitation to All pastors who desire to attend our meetings and encourage in our work and see what we Are doing in our business meetings., it a we had a pre Saint Patrick a Day banquet at the pleasant Grove Baptist Church thursday night. March 1 1. Van Pell Evans of the courier was our guest. Or. Henry of pleasant Grove Church ser ted is Ina Stein of . J. In urls president mrs a. B. Kone jr., reporter \ greater Cosmo social club the greater Cosmo social club met wednesday. March 8, it the Casa de Myntia with or. And a a mrs. Sanders As hosts Aner a Short business secs Iona n ice course was a Btu de. The next meeting will be held at the Home of or and mrs e., a. Andrews 1323 Schwartz. Mrs. D. A love reporter. Quot 1 personal notes miss Anna Belle Williams of Orange Texas is enjoying the Beauty of the k Quot heavenly City Quot with friends and relatives. Her stay is indefinite As she May make Houston her Home. Miss Williams is a relative of mrs Clotyle Murray and family who live it 3460 Dennis and the daughter of mrs. Belle Williams of Orange Texas. Miss c. V. Jefferson and mrs. W. E. Broks of 1205 Victor accompanied by Jimmie a Lee motored to Points in Louisiana last week. They report a pleasant . Ora Mae Williams Burns 1109 Andrews who underwent a major operation in a local Hospital Friday March 17, died monday afternoon March 20 in the Hospital. F, arrangements will be announced later. Informer visitors a a mrs. Thomas Jones. Rev. W. West. Mrs a Isabella Blair. Miss Ruth Lafall. Mrs. Clotile Murray. Mrs. Mary Lee Hope. Miss Louise Traylor. Oliver Spivey. Cornelius Barnes. Jirs. Josephine Currette. A. K. Charity social the Charity social club held its regular meeting sunday March 12, with the president in charge. Several visitors were present. The club will not hold its regular bimonthly meeting sunday March 20, but will Render a program at Rev. Robinsons Church on West 20th Street Houston Heights. The president is asking the cooperation of All the members and friends to help put the program Over. Some of the. City a Best Talent will appear on the program. We Are Locking Forward to the meeting to be held on easter sunday at our regular meeting place., Crosby at . Thrash reporter. A a. Silent workers the silent workers club met at the Home of mrs. Sebrun 2918 Baer Street sunday evening. The club is planning big things for easter and each member is trying to help and is inviting visitors to come and help them with their plans. / Quot mrs. W. S. Quot Autrey jr., has returned to the City after a lengthy Gay in Galveston Texas. Young men and Young women a Christian All the Young men. And Wpm i a ssh so. Christian Aid club was enter in nod by mrs. Al m. Half at of mrs. Roborts 2817 Lorraine Street thursday. Altar twin devotional service which was conducted by the a president the minutes of the last meeting Ware read. Or. Diggs directed the discussion of the lesson for the night on Quot the mind of comments on the lesson were made by messes. Hicks Buckner and mrs. Hall. Mrs. Roberts and her daughter gave so me interesting remarks to the club. Refreshments were by mrs. Hall. We Are asking All of the members to please come to the meetings and bring someone Withy a. For we have some very essential plans to put before the club. For further in formation about the meeting cull f. 4449. Ewing Quot Hicks reporter. 1 it it miss Boynton crowned at Fellowship Tea an enthusiastic interracial group of Rel Gipps Young people Gall ii Iod at Boynton Chapel Center Iasi Friday eve of take part in the worldwide Fellowship Tea and the crowning of Quot miss Boynton Quot which wore held in Observance of worldwide Fellowship a week. The stage was decorated with the to prone fur Quot mis Boynton a with the Naino min Boyntan a written above it in Silver letters arid the fur hiking Jack of Ovington. Many hear miss Tucker in recital a Largo audience was prof sent last Friday evening alien the. Suitor class of the Houston College for negroes presented Liss Sophia Juie Naomi Tucker in recital in the Jack Yates auditorium. A miss Tucker dressed in a Black and Gold taffeta evening gown with Gold accessories made a strike a picture As her lilting Lyric Voicu was heard in numbers from ,�? Ronald Gounod Coleridge Taylor Shilkret James w. Johnson. Dett Berlin Hilckman ofte Barl Friml and to Furlow Lourance. Miss Joyce Young her accompanist was become ugly attired in Green evening gown with Silver accessories. A the following congratulatory telegrams were read by Floyd Robbins president of the senior class from mrs. Claudia Hunter miss d a. Jermany no Alpha chapter of Zeta Phi Beta sorority of which miss Tucker is a Pledgee and from the senior class. Beautiful flair is were presented by miss Audry Mccoy. Following the recital Dean j to. Bowles Gate remarks of appreciation and felicitations. 1 the proceeds from the recital will be used to help publish the 1939 College annual. Much credit goes to Otis Lillie who originated the idea. Tile class sponsor is Ira b. Bryant. By s

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